Everything tagged with city hall

Blog post: Bow Roundabout Vigil 5th Anniversary

This is a guest post from Tower Hamlets Wheelers. See their original blog here. All welcome at the vigil. Event details here. On Friday, 18th November Tower Hamlets Wheelers [1] will be commemorating the fifth anniversary of the vigil that we o...

Blog post: Take action: Tell Mayor Sadiq Khan you want "A City for All Londoners"

The new Mayor, Sadiq Khan, has published his vision document, indicating key policy themes for his first term and beyond. And you can have your say on it here. Our Infrastructure Campaigner's initial assessment is that the document contains man...

Blog post: Mayor responds as 13,000 Londoners call on him to End Lorry Danger

Mayor Boris Johnson says Transport for London will be looking at restrictions on lorry movements during rush hours 'for reasons of congestion not just cycle safety.' Johnson was responding during Mayor's Question Time' to questions from Londo...

Discussion: Westminster Councillors and Cabinet

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » From the Spring 2014 edition of the Council's Westminster Reporter magazine, the attached document is a guide to post-election councillors, cabinet members and their res...

Blog post: London Assembly and cycling business support LCC demo outside City Hall calling for immediate Superhighway 2 upgrade

This morning at 9am, the London Cycling Campaign were joined outside City Hall by Assembly Members from all four main political parties, including the chairs of the London Assembly Transport Committee, demanding immediate action to make the Cycl...

Blog post: London Cycling Campaign supports Action on Lorry Danger vigil outside City Hall

The London Cycling Campaign has joined with RoadPeace, Living Streets, CTC and British Cycling in supporting a vigil to remember cyclists and pedestrians killed by lorries on our streets. Bereaved families, campaigners and the concerned gathere...

Blog post: London Cycling Campaign CEO tells GLA that lack of political will is greatest barrier to cycling

Speaking City Hall on Thursday, London Cycling Campaign chief executive Ashok Sinha said the most important thing that London needs is to become safe and inviting for cyclists is an injection of political will from Mayor Boris Johnson.Invited to...

Blog post: Deputy mayor agrees London Bridge Station redevelopment plans don't provide for cyclists

London’s deputy mayor, Sir Edward Lister, has hit out at Network Rail’s plans for London Bridge station as “not complying” with the Mayor’s London Plan. Failure to provide adequately for cyclists both during constr...